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Europe to push new laws to access encrypted apps data

Europe to push new laws to access encrypted apps data
As from June the European Commission will push for access to data stored in the cloud by encrypted apps, according to EU Justice Commissioner Věra Jourová. Claiming that politician across Europe have been pushing for this, speaking publicly Jourová said that she will outline ‘three or four options’ that range from voluntary agreements by business to strict legislation.
4th April 2017

New possibilities opened for industrial wireless solutions

New possibilities opened for industrial wireless solutions
HMS Industrial Networks has introduced a new, upgraded version of the Anybus Wireless Bridge. The Anybus Wireless Bridge II supports up to 400m of reliable wireless communication, and can communicate via both Bluetooth and WLAN. It is suitable for replacing Ethernet cabling in hard-to-reach or hazardous locations.
3rd April 2017

Photonics pave the way for improved wireless communication

Photonics pave the way for improved wireless communication
Researchers from the ARC Centre for Ultrahigh bandwidth Devices for Optical Systems (CUDOS) in the University of Sydney's Australian Institute for Nanoscale Science and Technology have made a breakthrough achieving radio frequency signal control at sub-nanosecond time scales on a chip-scale optical device. RF is a particular range of electromagnetic wave frequencies, widely used for communications and radar signals. The work should impact the current wireless revolution.
31st March 2017


Compact wireless terminal for intralogistics and production

Compact wireless terminal for intralogistics and production
Procedures which are familiar to staff working at assembly, dispatch and picking points, may include; requisitioning replenishment parts, warehousing, triggering order processes and requesting consignments or shipping orders. The wireless terminal being presented at the LogiMAT by steute business unit ‘Wireless’ for the first time enables these tasks to be performed more easily, more comfortably and more flexibly. At the same time, they are simple to integrate in a company's IT infrastructure.
30th March 2017

Transmitter coils featured in wireless charging system

Semtech’s LinkCharge 20 now features Wurth Electronics wireless charging coils, created for charging high-power applications. The company claims that LinkCharge 20 is the only available inductive wireless charging system beyond 15W that is backwards compatible. It uses a proprietary protocol for transmitter/receiver communication up to 20W, and is also fully backwards compatible to existing standards at 5-15W.
27th March 2017

Motor driver suits portable IoT devices

Motor driver suits portable IoT devices
The STSPIN250 single-chip 2.6A driver for brushed DC motors extends STMicroelectronics’ family of miniature, low-voltage, energy-efficient drivers for battery-powered portable and wearable applications. The driver integrates a full power-MOSFET bridge and fixed off-time PWM current controller in a tiny 3mm x 3mm package that saves space in portable equipment.
21st March 2017

Platform now has Amazon Web Service IoT connectivity

Renesas Electronics Europe has announced the availability of the Amazon Web Service (AWS) IoT Device SDK for Renesas Synergy Platform, which will be made available on the Synergy Partner Showcase of the Synergy Gallery site. The SDK enables system developers to quickly access the power and capabilities of AWS, allowing them to easily add new devices to their existing IoT infrastructure, or create a new design tailored to their specific requirements.
21st March 2017

Moving up in the world beyond processors to platforms

Moving up in the world beyond processors to platforms
Rolling out changes and updates over the next few months, Qualcomm Technologies is working on its product brand positioning to best articulate the value of our technology and products for customers and their end users. One of the first updates is how the Qualcomm Snapdragon brand will be applied.
17th March 2017

Switch transmits data at record-low temperatures

Switch transmits data at record-low temperatures
A silicon optical switch newly developed at Sandia National Laboratories is the first to transmit up to 10 gigabits per second of data at temperatures just a few degrees above absolute zero. The device could enable data transmission for next-generation superconducting computers that store and process data at cryogenic temperatures. Although these supercomputers are still experimental, they could potentially offer computing speeds ten times faster than today's computers while significantly decreasing power usage.
16th March 2017

Compact WiFi modules support secure boot standards

Compact WiFi modules support secure boot standards
Two new WiFi modules for industrial markets have been announced by u-blox. NINA-W131 and NINA‑W132 are low power WiFi modules supporting 802.11 b/g/n in the 2.4GHz ISM band. They are the first two variants of the new NINA-W1 module series. Developed with security and quick time-to-market in mind, the NINA-W1 stand-alone modules make WiFi integration easy. Their secure design makes them suitable for WiFi applications including telematics, low power sensors, connected buildings (appliances, surveillance), point-of-sales and health devices.
16th March 2017


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Industry of Things World 2017
18th September 2017
Germany Berlin Congress Center